In seeking God’s best plan for the future, many students discover a calling in one of the disciplines within the arts and social sciences. Full-time, highly-qualified faculty members in the School of Arts and Social Sciences care not only about their areas of study, but also about you as a student and a person. The small size of upper-division courses gives you the opportunity to really get to know your instructors and classmates. 

A variety of educational experiences await students in the School of Arts and Social Sciences, even outside day-to-day coursework. Examples include an undergraduate research symposium; career-building internships; international study opportunities; service learning projects; interdisciplinary programs; senior recitals; and capstone projects. These are opportunities that stimulate intellectual curiosity and prepare you for a fulfilling career or future graduate study.

No matter what major you choose at Trevecca, the School of Arts and Social Sciences is likely to be part of your undergraduate journey. The liberal arts courses required for graduation often become a backdrop for a student’s entire college experience.

Among the broad range of degree programs in arts and social sciences, you’re sure to discover a course of study that will enrich and enhance your time at Trevecca, or even illuminate the path to your future line of work. In each of these disciplines, you can expect a quality education from a caring community that offers support, encouragement and academic excellence.

Departments

Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Department of Communication Studies

Department of English

Areas of Study

Associate Degrees

Professional Communication

Criminal Justice

Creative Writing

Film Production

Undergraduate Areas of Study

Behavioral Science

Criminal Justice Studies

Dramatic Arts

English

Interpersonal Communication

Multimedia Journalism

Media Arts and Studies

Organizational Communication

Psychology

Social Work

Sociology

History

Speech Communication Education

Theatre Education

English Education

History Education

Communication Studies

Minors

Behavioral Science

Criminal Justice Studies

Dramatic Arts

English

Interpersonal Communication

Multimedia Journalism

Media Arts and Studies

Organizational Communication

Psychology

Social Work

Sociology

History

Communication Studies

Creative Writing

Art

Counseling

Public Policy

Musical Theatre

Film Production

Continuing Studies

Psychology

Criminal Justice